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Warrington Multi Agency Safeguarding Training

Warrington Safeguarding Boards are pleased to offer a programme of multi-agency training. This includes courses which are part of a rolling programme as well as new courses that will reflect the Boards’ priorities and the changing agenda for safeguarding.

This programme will be regularly updated as information becomes available. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please visit our website at www.warringtonlscb.org or contact us to discuss further.
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Safeguarding Children / Domestic Abuse Training Spaces April to June 2019
25 Mar
Spaces are available on the following training which can be booked on this system : Responding to Domestic Abuse : 24/4/19, 17/5/19 or 18/6/19 Early Help and Safeguarding Children : 15/5/19 Sexual Violence : 11/6/19 Flyers are attached. Other dates are available on the system throughout 2019/20.
Clinical Skills Hub Launch - Health & Social Care Providers
22 Mar
NHS Warrington CCG in collaboration with Warrington Borough Council are proud to announce the launch of the WARRINGTON CLINICAL SKILLS HUB. Aimed at Adult Social Care Providers: · BE PART OF AN INNOVATIVE NEW PROGRAMME OF CLINICAL SKILLS TRAINING AVAILABLE WHEN YOU NEED IT AND IN YOUR LOCALITY · HAVE A SAY IN WHAT TOPICS ARE DELIVERED · GET SUPPORT WITH STAFF COMPETENCIES · SHARE THE COST OF EXPENSIVE CLINICAL TRAINING WITH OTHER LOCAL PROVIDERS Adult Social Care Providers can pay a monthly subscription to join the Clinical Skills Hub which will give them access to a number of training courses for their staff including: Core care skills, Skin Integrity/React to Red, Introduction to End of Life Care, Venepuncture, Clinical observations & NEWS early warning scoring, Ear Care, Dysphagia, Care planning, Enhanced Care Home Support Service pathways, Syringe driver training & end of life drugs, Advance Care Planning & difficult conversations, Catheterisation, Verification of expected death, Dietetics, Diabetes Management, Competency sessions. Venue for all training is St Werburghs Development Centre, Boswell Avenue, Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 6DQ. For further details and subscription pricing please contact: Pam Williams Quality Improvement Manager (Care Homes) Warrington Clinical Commissioning Group Tel: 01925 843689 email: Pamelawilliams1@nhs.net
Accredited First Aid Training
22 Mar
We have a number of upcoming First Aid Courses taking place at St Werburghs Development Centre, Warrington, WA4 6DQ. Including: Emergency First Aid (1 day), First Aid at Work (3 Day) Level 3, First Aid at Work Requalifier (2 Day), Paediatric First Aid Automatic External Defibrillator (AED). Please click on the Training & Events tab at the top of the page for a list of upcoming dates.
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26 Mar
NQT Engaging Boys in Writing in EYFS and KS1
Brief data analysis. Stages of development Opportunities to discuss activities and ideas that engage boys in writing. Planning and unit of work based on a quality book that will engage boys to write along with the activities that could support and encourage quality writing.
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26 Mar
Portage Workshop - a small steps approach to learning for children with SEND
Portage is an holistic educational approach working within: A family focus Child led play Structured teaching This 2.5 days covers the new aspect of working in partnership with early years settings (rather than just home visiting). You will be expected to attend for the full 2.5 days.
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26 Mar
Early Help Multi-Agency Training: Processes, Assessments and Plans
To develop an understanding of Warrington's Early Help processes and procedures and the current Early Help supporting functions for practitioners. Explore values, principles, attitudes and beliefs and how these affect practice. Establish the importance of obtaining informed and explicit consent and of when, how and why information needs to be shared during multi agency working to create a team around a family. Consider when and how to offer individuals/families an Early Help Assessment. Discuss ways in which to involve, children, young people and families in the assessment and planning processes. Establish how to set SMART and effective targets which are based on clear assessment of strengths and needs. To understand the role of a Lead Practitioner.